Socio-economic Distance and Spatial Patterns in Unemployment Journal of Applied Econometrics 17

@inproceedings{Conley2002SocioeconomicDA,
  title={Socio-economic Distance and Spatial Patterns in Unemployment Journal of Applied Econometrics 17},
  author={Timothy G. Conley and G. Topa},
  year={2002}
}
  • Timothy G. Conley, G. Topa
  • Published 2002
  • Geography, Economics
  • A work carrier for a power-and-free conveyor system has anti-back-up means comprising a pair of serrated cams mounted on the carrier frame and weight-biased into one-way frictional engagement with the undersurfaces of the track channels. 

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